For sale is my 1980 MGB with 4-speed transmission with the very rare overdrive, which works well and drops the cruising RPM to below 3,000 at 70 MPH. This car was owned for 15 years by a lady in very, very dry Southwest Texas and the car has no visible rust anywhere. The car is a 1980 but is fitted with the much more attractive, earlier chrome bumpers and the ugly rubber ones were discarded years ago.
It was recently repainted in a beautiful yellow, which has faded somewhat because of the strong sun light, but is still quite charming. The interior is a custom leather one, done by pros and is very pretty. At least I think it is leather - if not, it is the best imitation I have ever seen. It has the rare luggage rack, a full trunk of spare parts, and the original spare tire and wheel. The wire wheels were imported from Germany and suit the car perfectly.
The top is brand new, as you can see. The car has a slight miss but runs fine. It does not run hot, even here in Texas, and gets amazing gas mileage. I would appreciate a deposit upon your winning the auction, and the balance is due within 7 days. I prefer wire transfers because of all the funny cashier's checks out there. I do not accept PayPal at all except for the deposit.
I will help in any way with shipment, and the car can stay where it is pictured, in my storage garage, at no charge, until you can arrange your shipping.

Used Year: 1980
VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): GVVDJ2A513550 Mileage: 82333
Transmission: Manual with Overdrive Make: MG
Body Type: Convertible Model: MGB
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty Engine: I-4
Vehicle Title: Clear Drive Type: RWD
Options: Cassette Player, Convertible, Leather Seats Fuel Type: Gasoline
Exterior Color: Yellow For Sale By: Private Seller
Interior Color: White Disability Equipped: No
Number of Cylinders: 4 Drive Side: Left-hand drive

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